Briefs for Feb. 7-9, 2007
Entrepreneur Of The Year Applications
Ernst & Young LLP opened the nomination period for the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year 2007 Awards in Utah. The deadline for applications is March 23, with the awards ceremony scheduled for Thursday, June 7, 2007 at the Salt Palace Convention Center Grand Ballroom. The Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Awards program, now in its 21st year, acknowledges business luminaries for creating and guiding innovative companies. Award winners are selected by a panel of independent judges, including local business owners as well as area leaders from civic organizations and academic institutions. Last year, 15 entrepreneurs in 10 categories from Utah were selected as Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year award winners from more than 60 nominations. Awards are given to entrepreneurs who have demonstrated excellence and extraordinary success in such areas as innovation, financial performance, and personal commitment to their businesses and communities. Self-nominations are encouraged and there is no fee. To be eligible for consideration, the nominee must be an owner/manager of a private or public company who is primarily responsible for the recent performance of the company and an active member of top management.
Park Silly Sunday Market
The Park Silly Sunday Market is currently accepting vendor applications for the 2007 version of the Market that takes place on Main Street every Sunday from June 17 until Oct. 14. The market showcases eclectic local and regional arts and crafts, music, antiques, imports, gourmet foods and farmers market fruits and vegetables. For more information, call 901-0611.
Glasses for the Needy
Dr. Robert S. Briggs, in conjunction with VOSH (Volunteer Optometric
Services to Humanity) and Park City Lions, is going to Mexico for a humanitarian mission in order to do short visual exams and deliver used glasses to the needy of Nuevas Casas Grandes. The people can always use glasses, especially reading glasses. If you have glasses please drop
them off at any Lions collection box or directly to Dr. Briggs’ office
at 1920 Prospector Ave., parking lot K.
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Buses, trains and gondolas doesn’t have quite the same ring to it, but they make up the transit alternatives for the mountain transportation system the Central Wasatch Commission is trying to create, mostly in the Cottonwood canyons.